LOGAN SQUARE — New York's Pizza Rat has got nothin' on us.
We've got Logan Square's Pizza Squirrel.
A video of the critter happily munching away was captured by restaurateur Paul Biasco of Quiote,
who tweeted it out over the weekend.
Pizza squirrel up in the tree in Logan Square pic.twitter.com/HFXv2Gyzid— Paul Biasco (@Paul_Biasco) August 21, 2017
Before helping launch Quiote, at 2456 N. California Ave., Biasco was a DNAinfo reporter.
Squirrels typically eat seeds, nuts and fruits, but have been known to also swallow small insects, caterpillars, small animals and snakes.
And the occasional slice.
Below, from March 2016:
Chicago’s own pizza rodent: pizza squirrel pic.twitter.com/SskmDgJoXo— melissa mcewen (@melissamcewen) March 25, 2016
Here's a look at the New York's Pizza Rat: